At MCLife we know that your dog is part of the family. We have worked hard to create communities and policies that reflect that! Our We Love Pets policy means that you don’t have to choose between a great place to live and a place that accepts your pet! We also don’t restrict your ability to have dogs based on weight, breed, or anything of the kind.
Tucson dog parks are the best way to make sure your pooch adjusts to life in an apartment. They’ll have plenty of time to run and burn off energy without the necessity of a leash. Another great thing about this list of Tucson dog parks is that you will be able to interact with other dog lovers and make new friends around your new home.
Tucson Dog Parks
To make it super easy we’re breaking it down by regions. You can check out the Tucson dog parks that are closest to your community! There are also links to our communities in these regions. All of our communities share our We Love Pets policy.
North and West Tucson
These MCLife communities are 2-14 minutes away from these great Tucson Dog Parks, with the West Side communities being a little further. Please search directions from your location before leaving:
James D. Kreigh Dog Park – 23 W. Calle Concordia, Oro Valley, AZ 85704
The James D. Kreigh Dog Park is a great option for those of you living in the Northern region of Tucson and Oro Valley. There is usually not a big crowd so you and your pooch can enjoy this Tucson dog park without much stress. The weather and time of day will impact the crowd but this is a medium sized dog park that allows you spend some off leash time with your pup.
Northwest Community Dog Park – 7585 N Mona Lisa Rd, Tucson, AZ 85742
The Northwest Community Dog Park is open from 5am – 7:30pm. This park is sectioned off so big dogs and small dogs have their own space. There is plenty of room for all the dogs to run around and get some exercise without the worry of a leash!
Jacobs Park – 3300 N Fairview Ave, Tucson, AZ 85705
Jacobs Park is a great option in Northern Tucson to exercise your dogs off leash. They don’t have separated sections for large and small dogs so make sure that your pet is up to socializing with all kinds and sizes of dogs. Open from dawn to dusk so you can take your pet for a run whenever it works throughout the day!
Smiling Dog Ranch Dog Park – 4110 E River Rd, Tucson, AZ 85718
The Smiling Dog Ranch Dog Park is just as happy as it sounds. Those of you living in the Eastern part of Tucson are in luck, this great Tucson dog park is open to large and small dogs, there are lots of water buckets around and plenty of toys and varied terrain for you and your pet to enjoy.
These MCLife communities are 5-14 minutes away from these great Tucson Dog Parks:
The Place at Edgewood, The Place at Wilmont North, The Place at Broadway East, The Place at Ten50, The Place at Twenty-Two, The Place at 7400, The Place at Spanish Trail, The Place at Presidio Trails, The Place at Creekside
Udall Dog Park – 7290 E Tanque Verde Rd, Tucson, AZ 85715
Morris K. Udall dog park is an awesome choice in Eastern Tucson for dog lovers to unleash their pets and have some fun. They’re open from 6am to 10pm everyday and the park has some great features. You and your pooch can enjoy the large turf area, trash cans, seating area, water for dogs as well as a separated one acre area. There are separate areas for small and large dogs so your pup doesn’t have to worry about being too rough or injured. This is a very popular Tucson park, so expect a busy parking lot!
Miko’s Corner Playground Dog Park – S Country Club Rd, Tucson, AZ 85716
This is another of the Tucson dog parks and it has the same hours, 7am-10pm so you there is plenty of time for your to schedule in some time to exercise your pup. The Sierra Vista area and Southern Tucson are lucky to have another awesome dog park in the area. Miko’s Corner Playground has separated areas for small and large dogs. Run free without adding unnecessary stress for yourself or your dog.
Ivan’s Spot Dog Park – 10050 E Rita Rd, Tucson, AZ 85747
Open from 7am-10pm Ivan’s Spot is a great choice for getting some off leash time for your dogs in the Sierra Vista and SouthEast Tucson areas. They have separated areas so there’s no worry about making sure your dog will get along without getting hurt. They can run free and socialize with other pups their own size.
This MCLife community is 8 minutes from this dog park:
Tompkins Park Dog Park – 2060 S. 7th Street, Sierra Vista, AZ 85635
This is a small but wonderful park with a walking trail and plenty of doggie bags! There is also plenty of shade and benches to sit on for owners who might need a bit of a break.
McFadden Park – S Carmichael Ave, Sierra Vista, AZ 85635